14. A private drew a military vehicle from the motor pool which he used in his official duties. After
completing his duties, he visited his girlfriend off post in the vehicle, and was apprehended by the
military police. The private has provided a sworn statement indicating that he was going to return the
vehicle because he was only "borrowing" it anyway. Assuming that the private's story is believed, he
has committed what offense?
No offense since he had a valid dispatch.
No offense as he was only "borrowing" the vehicle.
Wrongful appropriation of a government vehicle.
Larceny of a government vehicle.
15. A soldier knowingly pointed an unloaded automatic pistol at a private. The private did not know
that the weapon was unloaded and was fearful of his life. What crime, if any, has been committed?
Aggravated assault with a means likely to produce grievous bodily harm or death.
Which of the following is an element of robbery?
Intent to steal.
Taking against the will of the victim.
Taking an object of value.
All of the above.